Rashina Hoda

Associate Dean (Academic Development), Information Technology, Monash University

Agile Practice Umbrella

Between Scrum by-the-book and Scrum-Butts there lies the world of real-world Scrum practice. How and why does Scrum differ in practice from Scrum by-the-book? What tweaks are inevitable? When does tweaking Agile practices go too far? Is there an Agile police? Find out in Rashina’s talk where she will introduce the Agile Practice Umbrella, a pragmatic approach to everyday Agile practice.

About Rashina Hoda

Rashina Hoda is an Associate Dean (Academic Development) and Associate Professor in the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University. Rashina has been studying people and how they become Agile for over a decade. She has written and spoken extensively on Agile transformations, Agile project management, customer collaboration, team practices, reflective practices, and culture, with over 70 publications on these topics. In 2017, her Theory of Becoming Agile received a Distinguished Paper Award at the prestigious International Conference on Software Engineering. Based on the research, Rashina has developed guides and tools to assist Agile practice improvement. Rashina enjoys going into companies and facilitating teams and management on their Agile journeys.. Rashina is a Superstar of STEM selected by Science and Technology Australia and enjoys presenting the voice of Agile research to industry and academia alike.

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